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How to remove front rotors from a 1998 K3500 Silverado?

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You have a 3 or 4 15mm bolts in the back of the hub. They are torqued very high and extremely difficult to remove. They are also easily rounded off. You need a snap on 1/2" drive inpact wobble 15mm socket and leave steering wheel unlocked so you can rotate wheel to get 2 of them at a time.

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